Alibaba issued a statement on the morning of August 1, acknowledging its inclusion on the watchlist and assuring that it would maintain a watchful eye on market developments.
According to the official website of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), 11 more Chinese firms were added to its "pre-delisting list" on May 9.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) added more than 80 Chinese companies to a delisting watchlist on Wednesday, including JD.com, Bilibili and Pinduoduo.
Chinese new energy vehicle firm Li Auto responded that it was actively looking for solutions while ensuring that the company's actual business operation will not be affected.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) added 17 Chinese companies including Li Auto, Best Inc. and KE Holdings to its delisting watchlist on Thursday.
Charles Zhang, the founder, chairman and CEO of Chinese internet company Sohu.com Limited, on Monday denied rumors of the company's required delisting from U.S. stock exchanges.
Sohu.com filed a 6-K form to the US SEC on Wednesday, after it was added to a group of firms listed under the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act. The firm says it does not intend to contest the SEC's provisional accreditation.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) added 12 China Concepts Stock companies to a delisting watchlist on Tuesday.
LinkDoc Technology Limited, a Chinese medical big data company, announced on Monday that it has withdrawn its application for a public listing in the United States.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) disclosed on Thursday that several senior executives of Faraday Future (FF), an electric vehicle company, were summoned by the SEC.
Beijing-based social media platform Weibo became the sixth Chinese company to be added to a delisting watchlist by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Wednesday.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has reportedly registered one billion new American depositary shares (ADSs), suggesting that SoftBank Group Corp. may intend to sell some of its shares.
On August 16, Gary Gensler, chairman of SEC, has asked SEC staff to temporarily suspend IPOs of shell companies by Chinese companies, and encourages investors to learn more about these companies' structures.
According to a document submitted by Faraday Future to the US Securities Regulatory Commission on July 15th, the cornerstone investors who initially planned to invest 175 million US dollars will not take a stake in the company.
Chinese online medical insurance startup Waterdrop Inc. on April 17 formally submitted a prospectus to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in preparation for an initial public offering (IPO) at the New York Stock Exchange under the label of "WDH".